Classic Euclidean geometry is studied as well as some non-Euclidean topics, including coordinate geometry. Students employ inductive and deductive reasoning, discuss formal proofs, and study problems of measurement of two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures. The rich semantics and structure of geometry are absorbed into the student’s vocabulary.
Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra I, or Honors Algebra I. You must have Math Department Chair Approval to register for this course.
Dates: June 10 through July 21
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.